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128 pages, Paperback
First published January 1, 1963
I recommend this especially for reluctant readers who need help for their comprehension skill because this book is structured in a way that for every chapter, there's a new mystery given and the solution for the mysteries is provided at the end of the book instead of the end of chapters. It encourages readers to think. And for adult, it's fun to check your attention to the text.
The downside of the story is there's no over-arc plot, no depth for the characters (we only know them for their names & basic behavior) and one plot hole of common practice in Chapter 9. Still, it's a enjoyable read.